Take a deep dive into the writing mechanics, format, structure, and best practices for Violence Risk Assessment (VRA) report writing. In this hands-on session, topics covered will include providing a rationale for SIVRA-35 scoring, managing sensitive information, integrating quotations, addressing unavailable information, structuring collected information, incorporating collateral information, and more. Faculty will review the most common errors they see in investigation reports and how to prevent them. Training participants will have the opportunity to critique sample VRA report excerpts with the faculty to evaluate both clarity and content.
After completing this course, participants will be able to...
- Determine the information that should be included in each section of a VRA report and provide a rational for SIVRA-35 scoring
- Address the absence of specific evidence in an VRA report
- Identify problematic language in reports and suggest remedies
- Integrate different sources of information into a report in a clear manner
- Use best practices for protecting participant privacy through redaction, etc.
Who should attend?
- BIT Members
- Individuals Trained to Conduct VRA
- Deans of Students
- Case Managers
- Law Enforcement
- Campus Safety
Live, Interactive Online Training
- $299 Member
- $349 Non-Member
Hide Details & Schedule
- March 1: 10:00am - 2:00pm ET Register
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